I’ve had fibromyalgia since December 2013. It’s been a hard four years of figuring out and trying to fix whatever’s wrong with me. Yet sometimes, the physical pains of fibromyalgia are actually not the worst. It’s the emotional aspects. Here are six emotional pain points of fibromyalgia that I go through often.
Realizing that I can no longer do the things I love
Feeling guilty for impacting the lives of those I love
Not being able to create the relationships I want
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Getting frustrated by endless negative tests
Losing hope with each flare-up
Getting jealous about others’ illnesses
After four years of fibromyalgia, I don’t even remember what it’s like not to be in pain anymore, and it’s not easy being mentally tormented by this. But at the end of the day, I do not have a life threatening disease.
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